The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 27, 1963 · Page 2
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Ottawa, Kansas
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Wednesday, March 27, 1963
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Roundup 600 Series Boost Bank Team, Presto ;:Tw» JBB-pios bowiers gave Peoples KatiooaJ Bank fee pooch 'A needed to ebmb into third place, ooiy six points oat of first, in foe men's Indas&izl League last night at OK Ottawa Bend Lanes. B, Page roQed a 616 (H2-S34- 139), and R, Dans a «M (1W- 24JW). as (he bankers posted a 2743 team series and nudged Beonetf s out of tinrd by beating the creamery boys, 4-®. Presto Foodb padded its lead oner Ottawa Times in the Industrial or beating Wilson Cleaners, 5-1, wfeae, the Timesmen tost to Satdw Floor Service, J-L J. WBS&e fed Presto with a OS series on fines of 2SMSJ-2S1 Presto has TV points to S7% for the Times and W for Peoples National \ W. Lewis p«tei ft* lap series in the men's Royal T League at Team results the m Ottawa Bowl |M with Foremost Dairy. Al Beets Ramblers, led by D jCordk with 5S, rolled a 2960 se- iries and beat Best Truck Line, )«. The Ramblers are in first Iplace in the Royal T with as%- S 15 S 4 record i*^ reeuro. i Arnold's Jewebr roQed along • . .. _ . * _ _ . . , ».^° atop the Tuesday >Tght Ladies iLeague at the Ottawa ^owl •sweeping four points from Sfamn ; da 5 r ' s 5 P° rts ****»- Here are ^am results and high individual i**" 5 in me Royal T League: *" I9 ~ yi ~ ******* Dairy— j ie -» — »- wesax. UB-SM ^t»«lty— I u — ETcaaans, IM Helen Carer's 484 for - * •*,*.* winner over Todd In is-x — ' Ottawa S**iB*s H5jSi is _ crzt&am, US ** the top series in the Ladies iLeague. Wffliam Sowers roBed 4S2 for me VFW Airriiiarv, 4-6 Iwinner over Eagles Auxiliary. 10-3* High 16-39 — n«««a« oo- j gg ^~ o. cor&e, zu-sa u*~m 1JM-I * Braves Second In Triangular By FEED THOMPSON The Ottawa Universify Braves took second m a triangular track meet with William JeweO and Baker at Liberty, Mo. yesterday. The winning Jewell Cardinals registered eight firsts and eight seconds among their 83 points, whfle Ottawa, wife four winners, had 33 points and Baker 34. JeweD's b% point-getter was Clem Bushman, senior speedster who accounted for three firsts, the 100-yard dash, the 200 and the broad jump. His teammate, L. Thatcher was a double winner, copping the mile in 4:34 and me 2-mfle in 10:15. Delay of Baker was the only other double winner, taking both hurdle races, the lows, in 26.4 and me highs in 15.2. The Mtssourians* idea of running two relays in their dual and triangular meets was to Ottawa's advantage as the Braves took both the 880 and the mOe relays. Ken Smart, Andy Honeycutt, Floyd Scott and Stan Hudson posted an 1:34 in the former, while Smart, Scott, Daryl Gowens and Tom Kinder ran their b^tmfle relay time of the young season wife 3;33.7. Ottawa Coach Bill Boucek ex pressed his satisfaction with the showing of bis less experienced team and felt they would have made the meet even closer had three athletes on the sick list made me trip. Larry Brown, Jon Kreos and John Petty, all veteran runners, were unable to compete. Next Wednesday OU will host College of Emporia and Baker at Cook Field. Starting time is 3 p.m. in the weight events and 3:30 for the field events. Here are the Jewell results: 880 Relay: Ottawa, William Jewell, Baker, Time 1:34. Mile: Thatcher (WJ), Burke CWJ), Randeli (0), Wusterborth (0); Time 4.34. High Jump: Summers (WJ), Kinder (0), CordeU (WJ) Gowens (0); 6 feet, 1% inches. 440: Stenson (WJ), Charvez |(WJ), Smith (WJ), Spong (0); jTime 52 A ! Discus: Fry (B), Van Note (WJ), Sear (B), Mffler (0). 100 Yds.: Bushmann (WJ), Johnson (B), Crews (WJ), Hudson, (0); Time 9.9. | Pole Vault: Coppoc (0), Colliver (WJ), Tie for 3rd, Bundv (0) and Spear (B). 11 feet, 6 inches. High Hurdles: Dday (B), Johnson (B), Harkshaw (0), CordeU (WJ); Time 15.2. 880: Hamilton (WJ), Charvez (WJ), Smith (WJ), Cyre (0); Time 2:02. 228: Bushmann (WJ), Hudson (0), Spong (O), Honeycutt (0); Time 22J. Broad Jump: Bushman (WJ), Dick (B), Johnson (B), CordeD (WJ). 21 feet, 5 inches. Shot Put: Haggard (WJ), Scroggms (WJ), Fry (B), Miller (0) Tied for 3rd. 46 feet, 8 inches. Two-Mile: Thatcher (WJ), Ran- defl (0), Bryant (0), Colliver (WJ); Time 10:15. Javelin: Gardner (0), Johnson (WJ), Guyer (0), Welsh (B), 183 feet, 6 inches. Low Hurdles: Delay (B), Harvey (0), Erockson (B), Booth (0); Time 28.4. Mile Belay: Ottawa (Smart, Kinder, Gowens, Scott), William Jewell, Baker. Time 3:33.7. HEADQUARTERS Terry Baker With LA Rams LOS ANGELES (AP) - Terry Baker, Oregon State's briflant all- around athletic star, has agreed to play professional football with the Los Angeles Rams. The All-America quarterback, winner of the Heisman and Maxwell trophies last season as college player of the year, signed a three- year contract with the National Football League club Tuesday night at the office of FJroy Hirsch, assistant to President Dan Reeves of the Rams. Terms were not disclosed, but Baker is believed to have been guaranteed $25,000 a year plus a bonus for signing. He was the first draft choice of the Rams, was also picked by Oakland of the American League, and re- [»rtedly had an offer of $100,000 From Toronto of the Canadian Football League. Mays Rates Blackwell Toughest By JOE RBCHLER ' Assoeiated Press Sports Writer j PHOEMX, Ariz. (AP)-Some- >ooe asked Willie Mays today to iname the pitcher be would least ilike to bit against 1 "You mean now or ever since (I've been in me league?" be 1 asked. "Both," fte brilliant center fielder of the San Francisco Giants was told. The toughest pitcher I ever faced was Ewell Blackwell, who used to pitch for the Cincinnati Reds," said Wfllie. "I couldn't hit him to save my life. They said be was nearly through when I bit against him. Man, I'd hate to be up there trying to hit him when he was in his prime. "Maybe I got one or two hits off him but it had to be an accident. He'd wind that long ring arm of his behind his back, then shoot the ball out sideways like, from third base. I'd keep looking for the ball but I never was able to pick it up." What about today's pitchers? "Don Drysdale of the Dodgers gives me the most trouble," said Wfflie unhesitatingly. "He doesn't throw exactly tike Blackwell but he reminds me of him. He's got the same kind of crossfire pitch, almost by way of third base. "Like Blackie, Drysdale crowds you a lot. Until last year I used to pick up the flight of the ball on Drysdale pretty well He was a different pitcher last year. He took charge. He quit fighting himself. Before that, if a guy got a base hit, he used to get mad at himself. It didn't fluster him at all last year." UP AND OVER - darks Bewfiig, Ottawa High MMT, gels • MOM practice as ke ffaroagh air. Oarles, SOB of Mr. art Mn. Normal Bowing, 1124 N. Sycamore, was to compete wife other Ottawa High athlete agaiast Ganett High Sdml at 3:» tins aftenooi at Ottawa Umversiry as boa schools start track Mam. (Herald Photo) Exhibition Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tuesday's Results Chicago A 2, New York N 1 Detroit 2, New York A 1 Minnesota 2, Baltimore 0 Philadelphia 16 ,St. Louis 8 Milwaukee 7, Cincinnati 5 Los Angeles N 19, Pittsburgh 6 Kansas City 7, Washington 6 Houston 6, Chicago N 4 Los Angeles A 4, San Francisco ; Cleveland 5, Boston 3 Must Pay More For Duke Snider VERO BEACH, Fla. CAP) — Duke Srriders name has been taken off the waiver list. If the New York Mels want the veteran Los Angeles Dodger outfielder, they can get him for about $40,000, or twice the waiver price. The Duke, 3*5, is stifl a big drawing card in New York and some of the Dodger brass estimate his value to the Mets at the gate at about $250,000. Stage Set For NBA To Campaign For Rocky » LOS ANGELES (AP)—Former California Gov. Goodwin J. Knight says he will open a Rockefeller- for-president office here Wednesday. "An uncommitted delegation smacks too much of potential political deals," he told a newsman Monday. Murray H. Chotiner, long a political confidant of Richard M Nixon, said, "It is difficult to believe that Nixon supporters wfll stand idly by and allow Knight to walk off with a Rockefeller slate. Knight has long expressed admiration for New York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS It wfll be Cincinnati vs. Boston and SL Lotus vs. Los Angeles in the best-of-7 divisional finals in j the National Basketball Association playoffs. Cincinnati and St Louis qualified Tuesday night by winning the semifinals, respectively. Cincinnati beat Syracuse in overtime 131127 and St Louis defeated Detroit 104-100. Both broke the home court advantage that had stood up in every previous playoff game. The Royals vs. Celtics series opens in Boston Thursday night The Hawks-Lakers series gets under way Sunday in Los Angeles. Oscar Robertson sparked Cincinnati with 32 points as the Royals, trailing 88-83 after three quarters, came from behind to defeat Syracuse in the fifth and deciding game of their best-of-5 series. Baskets by Bob Pettit, Zelmo Beaty and Bill Bridges at vital spots thwarted the Pistons in then- efforts to beat the Hawks and even their series at 2-2. Assistant Coach AMES. Iowa (AP)—Coach Clay Stapleton named Bob Ward as assistant football coach at Iowa State Tuesday. Ward, 23, had been assistant coach at Oklahoma three years. For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, and Dean Berlin, Agent 109 E. Second Phone CH 1*904 Federal Mogul The Complete Bearing Lane Deleo-Remy Ignition Monroe Shock Absorbers HARRY SMITH AUTO SUPPLY 110 S. Main CH 2-1522 OTTAWA BOWL 418V 2 N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 TUESDAY NIGHT LADIES Arnold'! Jewelry— 4 1st H. Llegerot 136 IM. Cayot 149 JV. Fergu*on 147 M. Moore . 107 , V. Fo«ter 143 'fchinn & Baler—« P. Jackson 168 R. Kaub 114 B Dennistcc lid B. Adami 130 B. Simmons 113 Phone CH2-470C 2nd 3rd 113 118 83 145 146 144 1S5 147 US 140 114 106 131 1*8 121 109 136 131 140 147 KOFO—1 B. Carer 17» 143 163 E. Conrad 1S3 166 137 B. Welborn IM 13« 13S Litchenberger .... 131 IM 113 M. Reddick 133 12» 111 Toddi Ini. Aftacr—1 L. Bennett 125 B. Flory '.... 162 E. Kelm 101 L. Campbell .. .... ill B. Wentbe 130 VFW Au. SMI—4 J. Lutx 123 L. Wise 118 W. Sowers 141 Eacles Aw. N*, £700—41 B. Brill 117 L. Caiteel 06 V Keller 138 117 U! n 130 136 125 148 138 158 160 110 134 133 181 151 170 142 147 113 131 103 168 Ttl. 436 387 437 409 423 36 340 377 3M 484 455 402 387 370 383 374 363 387 448 357 433 463 406 338 388 Frrite— 3 INDUSTBIAL Ut 2nd 3rd L. Blackstone 187 133 133 J. WHlhite 202 183 234 J. Clark 182 1SS 165 M. Reno 161 158 109 M. Ball . 180 183 145 Wilton Cleaner*—1 W. Flinn 127 143 130 T. Parkin 109 122 15* L. Beller 118 124 156 R. Shepbard 114 122 147 O. BltU 138 169 14* Klteber Fl«o r Service—3 O. Lancaster .. ..153 148 11* J. Lancaster IS* 14* 136 O. Davis 168 148 135 O. Nitcber 19* 185 164 B. Piggins 166 138 176 Ottawa Times—l L. Moore . ... 181 138 5* L. Chambers 142 131 124 B. Seymour 130 172 178 B. Hart .. 183 132 155 B. Rinehart 194 165 188 Bennetts Creamery—• L. Kramer 166 147 144 A. Dodd 157 1*1 184 J. Kramer 176 139 172 C. Dodd 107 158 155 R. Kramer 158 174 304 Peoples NatlMWi Baa*—4 A. Gilbert 14* 216 1(4 R. Davis 169 241 1*4 A. Bennett 144 148 175 R. Page 212 224 180 Utcbenberger ... 161 1*7 141 Ttl. 453 619 502 428 508 400 380 389 383 456 420 444 451 548 480 478 397 480 440 648 447 533 487 418 SM 5M 604 465 616 4M Electrical TUNE-UP SPECIAL 10 Days Only 8 Cylinder including Wheels Packed '6.80 6 Cylinder including Wheels Packed '4.20 MOORE Service Center 4I2 S. Main C H2-3640 Lew Trying To Get Out Of Doghouse WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) —Lew Burdette is a man with a mission—a mission to prove last year was all a mistake. For six years Burdette averaged 19 games won a season. Last year he dropped to 10, his lowest total since 1852 when the Braves stiD were the Boston Braves. Tne 36-year-old Milwaukee right-hander normally pitches at least 250 innings a year. Last season he worked only 144 innings and completed only six games. He started late, spurted in May and won only one game after Aug. 7. Then were stories that he was in Manager Birdie Tebbetts' doghouse. Bordette is flourishing this Spring under a new manager, Bobby Bragan. In his first four appearances, he didn't walk a man and didn't give up an earned run in a 17-imring stretch. '1 am having a great spring training," said Burdette. "Bragan has been doing a wonderfully fine job with the club. He is open to suggestions from anybody." Baseball Notes Kaline In Groove And Bob's Happy IATHET •» •» wriwr Al Kafine's in flie groove, cutting a record that has Detroit Manager Bob Scteffing whuffing hapjiw tine. Jost II monOis ago, on May X. Scheffing was singmg fte Hoes after Saline suffered a broken f^p*n ffMHsHrtmiH? Ttttli'tFiff 2 ^"ty*ifX?f game-ending catch of Ekton Howard's fine drive in fte Tigers' 1-1 victory ant fte Yankees at New York. Now Kafisse is folly bade in shape, having the best exhibition season of his career. He continued Ins torrid pace Tuesday in Detroit's 2-1 triumph over the Yankees at Fort Lauderdale, hitting his fifth homer for the decisive ran and bringing his average to .373 on 29 bits in 53 at-bats. "I fed good, real good." savs Kaline, "My shoulder doesn't bother me a bit Even the numbness I had in my hand is gone." Kaline's injury kept him out of the fine-op for 57 games at a time wnen he was hitting .345 with 13 tamers and 38 runs batted in for 35 games. Without him. the Tigers were unable to make a serious run for fee pennant Other ntstandhi one - man shows were put on by Minnesota pitcher Jack Kralick, who checked Baltimore 2-4 on six hits in a nine-inning performance at Orlando, and Tommy Davis, who drove in five runs as the Los Angeles Dodgers whacked Pittsburg 194 at Fort Myers. Elsewhere, the L<* Angele* Angels bopped San Francisco « at Phoenix, Philadelphia dubed St Louis lft-8 at dearwater, Kansas City edged Washington 74 at Dayton* Beach, UK Chicago White Sox edged the New York Mets M at St. Petersburg, Cleveland defeated Boston 5-3 at Tucson, Houston downed the Chicago Cubs M at Mesa and Milwaukee whipped Cincinnati 7-5 at West Palm Beach. Casey Fined ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) —Manager Casey Stengel of fte New York Mets and infielder Ron Hunt have been fined S25 each for a run - in with two American League umpires in an exhibition game against Kansas City 11 days ago. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned m by a reader. Tractor Tire Vulcanizing Foster Farm Service GILLILAND'S Recapping — Vulcanizing Bl 4, Ottawa Ph. Centropohs I PAINTS SALE SEIDLITZ ; SatinTone* LATEX WALL PAINT Medallion SATIN ENAMEL Sale 5 ! 9 ,? Decorators LATEX WALL PAINT 1/VIIVI Grand Tour of EUROPE for Two TM* to «M ctenic vacattw often. ~ youVt *Mmtd about •• toys for two in Amsterdam. Paris, Madrid and Lisbon. And if* all so •My. Ho slogan* to tingles... just register with your nearest Scidlttz Paint Dealer. Meals, lodcinc and travel via TWA Jet Service are all furnished if your namo »• Mteeted ta our Wind drawing to be held on or before May 30,1M3. OFFICIAL MULES: This drawing is open to residents of the United States except where prohibited by law or regulation. No employees of Seidlitz Paint & Varnish Company. Ms dealers or advertising agency, or members of their families, are eligible. All entries become the property of SeSdJitz Paint £ Varnish Company. BUDGES HARDWARE 117 S. Main CH 2-2371 IN A NEW HOME OF YOUR OWN I •ulld ••tlw>r with WEST COAST LUMBBR Your first budget consideration should be a new home of your own. No other investment contributes so much to a fulL happy family life. When you build your new home, use ec£ nomical, beautiful West Coast lumber. We'll be happy to tell you about its many important advantages... and to assist you in every way in planning and building. See us soon! Ottawa Lumber Co. 1516 S. Main Bob McCrea, Manager CH 2-1196

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